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It's Going to Be Excessively Hot - Stay Cool Featured

Arizona Department of Health July 21, 2022 104

It’s going to be hot on Thursday & Friday

Big Idea: 

  • Daytime highs expected to be over 100º in some areas
  • Stay cool, remain in air-conditioned rooms
  • Limit outdoor activity
  • Keep hydrated
  • Read more...

 

Excessive Heat Warning Extended to Six Counties 

The National Weather Service has issued an Excessive Heat Warning for:

Coconino County in areas below 4,500 feet from 7/19 2 PM to 7/22 8 PM.

La Paz, Maricopa, Mohave, Yavapai, and Yuma Counties from 7/21 11 AM to 7/22 8 PM. 

Daytime highs are expected to be up to 116° F. Residents are advised to stay cool, stay hydrated, and stay informed

 

Precautions to prevent heat exhaustion or heat stroke:

Stay in air-conditioned buildings. Find cooling centers, hydration stations and collection/donation sites in Maricopa, Pima and Yuma counties.

Limit outdoor activity during the hottest part of the day (mid-day).

Check on at-risk friends, family, and neighbors at least twice a day.

Drink water before, during, and after working or exercising outside.

Check the UV Index.

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Last modified on Thursday, 21 July 2022 03:22
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